Saturday, 25 June 2016


 Do you love neutrals? Is your wardrobe full of black, white, grey, beige?

If you answered yes, then you will know you can never go wrong pairing neutrals with neutrals. My favourite combinations usually include black, white and grey. 

Grey as a neutral can be the perfect choice because it ranges from warm to cool shades. It is quite underrated but still on trend almost every season. This is the reason it dominates my wardrobe. I like to think of neutrals as classic!

Going neutral might seem boring, but it is actually incredibly versatile & complementary. A simple neutral outfit can be very stylish and you will never get sick of the neutral pieces in your wardrobe. 

Wearing neutral colour gives you an opportunity to wear something colourful with it like red lipstick/ red shoes/ red handbag (or even Tan/ Brown handbag). 

The days you are stuck and don't know how to colour-match, grey is your go-to colour. 
So, go ahead and match grey with your favourite colours and I promise the result will be nothing less then an effortless outfit. 

- From my perspective 


P.S.- These culottes are wool blend and perfect for Melbourne winter. Scroll to the bottom to shop these looks.

Culottes- Seed Heritage
Grey T-shirt- Seed Heritage (similar here)
Leather Jacket- Portmans (last season)
Black Boots- Wittner (similar here)
Black top- Kookai
Grey Vest- Witchery 
Shoes- Adidas (HYPE)
Sunglasses- Dior Composit

Saturday, 18 June 2016


The cut out shoulder trend started last season and is still going strong. Though winter is officially here, you can still show off your shoulders and stay warm in a cut out shoulder jumper. 

This trend is also known as “cold shoulder” and I would say that is the right name for this style- your shoulders are actually cold. 

If you are wearing a cold shoulder top, make sure it’s the hero of the outfit. Keep the makeup neutral, hair simple and accessories subtle. Let your top do all the talking! 

This jumper can be styled in multiple ways. I have added three looks that I wore during the week with this jumper (scroll till the end to see all three looks). I paired it with the ankle boots during the day at work and with sneakers for a weekend look.

A jumper like this looks great with your favourite pair of jeans or shorts. I also paired it with culottes and I loved the outcome- comfy & chic!!
You can also opt for some dressy cut out tops and pair them with high waisted pants/ skirts.

So go ahead, bare those shoulders & Stay Classy even with a cold shoulder!!!

-From my perspective

White jeans- Seed Heritage
Ankle boots- Seed Heritage (similar)
Shoes- Adidas (HYPE)
Culottes- Zara
Bags- Kate Spade NY & Tory Burch


Saturday, 11 June 2016


I love visiting Sydney and the beautiful weather always makes me appreciate it even more.
When in Sydney, you can easily do things like coat draping without feeling the chill (don't know why they even call it Winter in Sydney).  

I draped this gorgeous new coat over my shoulders and felt it was chicest way of wearing the coat (or not wearing the coat) and still being warm. 
While seeking something special to add to your everyday look, slip on your coat as a cape in a colour that stands out (like this hunter green). It pairs with everything from jeans to a dress and also allows your arms to peek out, just a little, to show off your accessories or your knitwear (I would have added a knitwear to this look if I was in Melbourne).

I assumed that I will struggle with keeping the coat draped for long but surprisingly, I wore it like this for the whole afternoon without letting it drop (it did try to slip once when I waved to a friend). 

I always wished I had a real cape like Batman (I will obviously be the Batgirl) but for now, I will just live with the cape look
Did I hear you say, you have a real cape? Then by all means wear it.

Until then don't be afraid to try this look, it looks relaxed yet still on trend. 
Trust me, you will make a stunning impression!!

-From my perspective 

Top-Kookai Australia
Pants- Seed Heritage
Shoes- Seed Heritage 
Coat- Topshop 
Bag- Kate Spade New York
Watch- Michael Kors
Sunglasses- Dior So Real


Saturday, 4 June 2016


I am loving this burgundy (currently my fav colour) addition to my wardrobe. It's practical and keeps me snug during the Melbourne chill. The jumper dresses are currently on trend and you can easily take this look from work during the day to a pub for a few drinks in the

My favourite thing about this dress is the slouchy neck and did I mention the colour? I wore it with a leather jacket and ankle boots for a casual look. Some jumper dresses can be quite shapeless, so try a belt to cinch the waist. 

These dresses can also be worn under coats with a cosy scarf on a cold night. 

A jumper dress is a very chic option for winter. I was surprised with myself when I bought this dress as it's different from my usual winter look but then I thought a dress and I will still be warm, can it get any better then this? 

- From my perspective

Dress- Forever new
(Few options- here & here)
Boots- Wittner
Bag- Mon Purse
Jacket- Zara (similar here)
Watch- Burberry


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